ScapeRunesaid: Heritagesaid: Around 120m and I moved like 70m over to RS3 not long ago to make money for bonds there to also sell to clanmembers .
Duoed a hilt last week anyway, a good 31m split. Bonds are actually pretty cheap if you can find someone to swap. It's like 500k-1m per bond depending on the rate. If you moved 70m to RS3 then you must be loaded there
It's actually embarassing compared to the amount of money I've made there in the past..
Zwosaid: hello everyone i'm looking for a partner for kbd. 70 range+ is adviced I myself am a berserker pure with 80 ranged, and soloing would be a time waste at this lvl. Feel free to pm me in-game! ps. loots will be split 50-50.
I play it, but it's so terrible. Not only because of the microtransactions and EoC, but also because of the community. I joined 3 different ''PvM'' based clans and I can't even get teams going. It's all about skills there, which is absolutely terrible. I hope we will never see this on OSRS.
Not going ahead with an update isn't indicative of our support for the minority vote; it's standard practice to always put a benchmark that requires a super majority to be in favour of what's on offer. As mentioned by Bong*illa, it alleviates any concerns we may have if the update is considered controversial.
Using EoC as both an example and in this hypothetical situation, because it's apparent there are a lot of players engaged in OSRS because of the historic combat system. If there had been a vote for EoC originally that required 51% to pass, there would of been at least 49% of the game community against the idea and that would would be very damaging for the game. The belief that players will 'quit' if an update doesn't come is non-existent, we have stats to prove this simply doesn't happen, so we have little to no concern with this. Players do quit if there is an update that radically changes their gameplay. Having a super majority in favour of an update gives us the confidence that the update will please the majority and make us aware of the numbers who're against the idea.
To clarify, the benchmark was selected by the OSRS team. The investors within Jagex have/had no influence in the decision to have this super-majority benchmark. We chose it ourselves because we wanted to be sure that updates that went into the game were actually wanted and supported by the community.
[#H34AN219C]said: Heritagesaid: There is no delay, if you die, then it will be visible immediately.
Next time don't AFK and it won't happen, very simple.
I didn't AFK. You can't see the guy yelling at you in the mass of people. There was a delay when I used to play this a lot. all of a minute to let you run back if you died. I clearly said I couldn't see it because of the mass of people there.
Just some letters really, but it's more complicated, because everything goes digital now and sometimes information is incomplete or something else, so I don't know exactly what to do. I just need to figure it out.
ScapeRunesaid: Heritagesaid: I honestly never cared about skills, only when they benefit PvM and PvP. I will simply get 70 everything and perhaps some others higher, like farming, that's one of the few skills I enjoy. With acheivement diaries hopefully there'll be some more reason to train skills, they defo makes things more interesting
It's not about reasons, I just don't enjoy it. I rarely find them somewhat interesting to do.
ScapeRunesaid: Heritagesaid: ScapeRunesaid: I was soooo lucky on my first elite. Was expecting to get a hunter sherlock (I'm level 9 in it lol) but I only got on sherlock and it wasn't for fishing which I'm 99 in
I had the fishing one on my first one and dropped it a couple seconds later. Lol
Wow, I'd never drop an elite, they're so hard to find o:
Zaros Ignissaid: Well, to be fair turning off defense XP gives pures an advantage, while turning off trading gives a disadvantage.
Not really, it's the exact same thing. Having no defence is also a big disadvantage. It's more about limiting yourself, pures do that, but don't get certain updates to make sure to do so, but now we have the iron man mode which helps them.
StarDerpsaid: Heritagesaid: StarDerpsaid: I think what Derpage was trying to imply is, there will be no turmoil/ss/ovls/gano for the foreseeable future, so corp will actually be HARD. He just derped up with the example.
I corped before ANY of those were even out and it was still very easy to kill, almost no challenge at all.
My point still stands.
If you're going to lie, at least do it convincingly.
Oh, you used initiate or proselyte with Neitiznot helms and a skillcape. The rest is pretty much the same. You usually used tuna potato or sharks for food.